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The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Undergraduate Accounting Minor gives you the opportunity to enhance your accounting knowledge with a carefully crafted series of five upper division courses. These courses are designed to prepare you for accounting-related careers or advanced study in accounting. All five courses, 20 units total, must be completed to receive the minor certification.
The Accounting minor courses are open to all undergraduate and graduate majors at UC Davis.
The five courses required for the Accounting minor are offered by the Graduate School of Management. No substitutions (e.g., transfer courses, study abroad courses, or other UC Davis courses) are allowed. No course overlap is allowed with other minors. No more than one course can be counted towards both the student’s major and the minor.
|MGT 101||Sources & Uses of Accounting Information||4|
|MGT 103||Intermediate Financial Accounting I||4|
|MGT 105||Intermediate Financial Accounting II||4|
|MGT 107||Intermediate Financial Accounting III||4|
|MGT 170||Management Accounting & Control 1||4|
|To complete the minor, students must complete the 20 units of coursework with a GPA of 2.000 or better. Courses may be taken P/NP as long as at least one course is taken for a letter grade and minor GPA is at least 2.000.|
|For the OASIS minor declaration form to be approved, one course must be successfully completed and minor GPA at least 2.000.|
Please note that there is substantial overlap between MGT 170 & ARE 119. Students pursuing the accounting minor must complete MGT 170.